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    Note for RDF users
    Submitted by robster on Wednesday, January 16, 2002 – 20:49
    The RDF file is now located at http://www.debianplanet.org/backend.php. If you source the RDF for your site or in applications such as Evolution you should update your references.
    Our HTTP accelerator means that the rewrite rule no longer functions as expected. You have been warned! It may appear to work, but you should definitely change your references to it as backwards compatibility will be going away very soon.

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    Subject: Backwards compat??
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Thursday, 2002/01/17 – 15:05
    AFAIK /debianplanet/backend.php hasn’t worked since you rebuilt the site.
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    Subject: Re: Backwards compat??
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Thursday, 2002/01/17 – 15:13
    Should work now. I talked to him on IRC tonight, and he reckons he’s fixed it.

    -d

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    Subject: wrong links in the RDF file
    Author: bartvh
    Date: Thursday, 2002/01/17 – 11:10
    The backend.php returns incorrect links:
    http://www.debianplanet.org/debianplanet/article.php?…

    The link in the announcement is correct.

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    Subject: Re: wrong links in the RDF file
    Author: robster
    Date: Thursday, 2002/01/17 – 14:02
    Eeek, i didnt notice that. That is now fixed.
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    Subject: Re: Note for RDF users
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Thursday, 2002/01/17 – 05:12
    What are you talking about? 404 not found. Check before you post, please.
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    Subject: Re: Note for RDF users
    Author: robster
    Date: Thursday, 2002/01/17 – 13:59
    What do you mean? Originally i setup a Redirect for everything in /debianplanet to / and a Rewriterule for /debianplanet/backend.php to /backend.php so that Evolution would work. However when I setup the http accelerator (Squid) these no longer worked, for the backend.php. As many places still use the old location this caused breakage. So hits to other items in /debianplanet have been forfitted for the backend.php which is in there, by using a symlink.

    However, I will soon switch back to using the Redirect statement so that people linking using the old address will work.

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    Subject: Re: Note for RDF users
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Wednesday, 2002/01/16 – 21:28
    Oh no! Someone tell /.!
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    Subject: Re: Note for RDF users
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Wednesday, 2002/01/16 – 21:57
    Can’t you make a symlink debianplanet/ ../ ?
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